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Listed Building Consent

If you own or rent a listed building, you may already be aware of the responsibility that comes with custodianship of our built heritage. You may also be aware of the need to apply for Listed Building Consent and/or planning permission if you intend to carry out any works to the building or works that might affect the setting of the listed building.


We have recently achieved planning permission for a number of proposals involving listed buildings such as repainting the facade and changing the signage of a listed wine bar in Wincanton following a change of hands; internal works and the extension of a listed townhouse in Sherborne; and the change of use of a shop in Wincanton to an art gallery.


Negotiating the planning system can be confusing and time consuming and our customers really appreciate the time and worry that we can save them.


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